VVWHAT they say Simon Crisford, trainer of Peril
He goes into the race in good form.
It depends on whether your policy provides coverage for named perils
or open perils
32) Uniformity in the qualification of the sea peril
exception in the six jurisdictions will be the guiding principle of the present study.
Unfortunately damage to trees, shrubs, and plants are named perils
, but falling elves is not a named peril
Lightning is another peril
that is not defined in the policy.
Concurrent causation doctrine--Holds that losses are covered if caused jointly by an excluded peril
, such as flooding or earth movement, and some other peril
not excluded by the policy, such as negligent construction.
In this book, which mainly covers the mid-19th to mid-20th centuries, Peril
argues that the concept of the college girl has challenged cultural ideas about womanhood and femininity and has been "a lightning rod for criticism, advice and regulation.
Consequential loss--Damage not a direct result of a covered peril
, and thereby not covered, but a by-product of the damage, i.
examines representations of the "college girl" in US history in books and magazines, student handbooks, and other materials.
We might have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for the brave anti-immigration soldiers and commentators such as Michelle Malkin pointing out the brown peril
Our partners saw in the EHP Focus article "Paving Paradise: The Peril
of Impervious Surfaces" (Frazer 2005) the statement on page A459: "Asphalt is one concern, as it contains coal tar pitch, a recognized human carcinogen.
While double payments for a property violate the basic principles of indemnity, the insurer who was aware of another policy covering the risk for same peril
could not thereafter complain of the insured's windfall.
RIDERS: Of those riders offered with a multi peril
policy, the most common are: Earthquake, Flood, Terrorism, and Sewer Backup insurance.
Donald Graves--whose previous books include Field of Glory: The Battle of Crysler's Farm, 1813, Where Right and Glory Lead: The Battle of Lundy's Lane, 1814; Fighting for Canada: Seven Battles, 1758-1945; and South Albertas: A Canadian Regiment at War--has rightly been called the "the master of the battlefield narrative," an epithet he lives up to as he turns his attention to the sea and the Battle of the Atlantic with In Peril
of the Sea.
, White Virtue: Sexual Crime in Southern Rhodesia, 1902-1935.